Skip links

SMAC Gallery

SMAC Gallery

About: SMAC Gallery opened in 2007, on the first floor of the historic De Wet building in Church Street Stellenbosch and garnered a reputation for presenting large, museum-quality modern and

Domestic Interiors Exhibition at Iziko

Domestic Interiors Exhibition at Iziko

The unique exhibition, Home Truths: Domestic Interiors from South African Collections, curated by Emeritus Professor Michael Godby, closes on 23 October 2016 at the Iziko South African National Gallery. This

In the Presence of Absence Exhibition

In the Presence of Absence Exhibition

Absa Gallery exhibits contemporary visual artist, Mandy Johnston’s solo titled In the presence of absence. The exhibition, In the presence of absence, reflects the governance and negotiation of space while still highlighting current, basic

Gerard Sekoto Award Winner Matete Motubatse

Gerard Sekoto Award Winner Matete Motubatse

Matete Motubatse has been awarded the Barclays L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award and a three-month residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris for his video Moya. Motubatse is a fourth year student at

New Spaces for New Art Generation

New Spaces for a New Art Generation

Mary Corrigall reflects on an exhibition which saw the collaboration of art galleries catering for art graduates Not all artists blossom in the first years after graduation. In fact, hardly any do and

Barend de Wet Exhibition at SMAC

Barend de Wet Exhibition at SMAC

SMAC gallery is pleased to present Barend de Wet’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, Black, White & Everything In-Between. Accompanying the Barend de Wet exhibition is a new publication with an essay

South African Art at Bonhams

South African Art at Bonhams

The next South African Art Sale at Bonhams takes place 16 March in London The auction follows the staggering £842 500 (currently ZAR 20 million) achieved by Bonhams with the

Considering Pierneef

J.H. Pierneef: A Space for Landscape comes to the Standard Bank
Gallery in July, Creative Feel spoke to the show’s curator,
Wilhelm van Rensburg about the famed artist.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.